Tag Archives: shotguns

Shotgun Tips – Making The Gun Disappear

We have shooters fill out our shooter form on our Knowledge Vault website on a weekly basis and ask many questions from mental performance to gun mount to follow-through to choke and so on. Continue reading Shotgun Tips – Making The Gun Disappear

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Mossberg Releases 500 Centennial Limited Edition Shotgun

O.F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc., continues the celebration of the company’s 100th anniversary with the introduction of a limited edition Mossberg 500 Centennial pump-action shotgun, chambered in 12 gauge. This commemorative model features a nickel-plated Continue reading Mossberg Releases 500 Centennial Limited Edition Shotgun

The Improvement Journey

For the past four years on our podcasts, we have been discussing how you can bring your game to new levels.  When you understand that you have to build your own game and that you cannot use anyone else’s game, it pretty much puts things in perspective! Continue reading The Improvement Journey

Game Changer

Looking at the differences in big game hunting and wingshooting and discussing them on a quail hunt recently at the 74 Ranch, something came out in the discussion that intrigued me to say the least.  The equipment has certainly evolved in the past 5 to 10 years in archery, long-range rifle and even pistols in the big game part of the arena.  I was privileged to know and photograph the late, great archer Fred Bear who shot a recurve bow with great accuracy, but today we have compound bows with sights that are much more accurate than even Fred was in his day!  Continue reading Game Changer